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Default Test Script in TER set to "None" after failed execution


Gabor Federics (34115) | asked Feb 10 '17, 5:06 a.m.

Hi all

I'm observing an old defect (74418) on our RQM Server 6.0.2 iFix007.
https://jazz.net/jazz02/web/projects/Rational%20Quality%20Manager#action=com.ibm.team.workitem.viewWorkItem&id=74418

The only difference to the old problem is that now the default test script is lost only after a failed execution. After passed executions it works as expected.

Procedure:
1. Create a Manual Test Script
2. Create a Test Case and add the script to it.
3. Now create a TC Exec Record for this Test Case.
4. In the Overview section, make sure you set the "Default Test Script" to the 1 script that you have added.
5. Now run this TCER, you should see the Test Script offered for running.
6. Complete the test with failed status.
7. Now go open the TCER - you will notice that the Default Script has become "None"  instead of the one you selected.

Expected: The Default Script setting should not change because of running the TCER.

Is this a known issue or should I just open a new defect?

Thanks and Best Regards
Gabor

For a re-execution of the TCER, no test script will be offered for running

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Don Yang (7.6k2195131) | answered Feb 13 '17, 11:59 p.m.

Hi, Gabor

I tried with v6.0.2 ifix08 and did not see the same issue as you described. You may want to apply ifix08 and check again.

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Antonio Napoles (2861) | answered Feb 13 '17, 1:34 p.m.
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 Hi Gabor,


This is not reproducible in the latest development build. But it seems to be a defect in 602. I recommend to open a PMR with service support to give follow up.

regards,
       napoles


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Gabor Federics (34115) | answered Feb 14 '17, 3:27 a.m.

Thanks for the prompt answers!
I've also verified it with iFix008 and it works as expected.
Best Regards
Gabor

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